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The American Foxhound is known to originate from the states of Maryland and Virginia, and is the state dog of Virginia.[1] Though there has long been a rumor that the new breed was originally used for hunting Indigenous peoples of the Americas, this is not true. For dogs where hairlessness is a dominant gene, hairless to hairless matings will on average produce 66.6% hairless and 33.3% coated puppies. This breed tolerates children and can do very well with them, provided they are socialized early and understand their limits. Colors, while historically predominantly white with patches of red, black, or brindle, have grown in recent years to include many color patterns including black, red, brown, fawn, and all shades of brindle. Though each strain looks quite different, they are all recognized as members of the same breed.

This comes from poorly functioning blood platelets and can result in excessive bleeding from minor bumps or cuts. Black pigmentation on the nose and eye rims is preferred, with only some pink allowed. These dogs began to find their way into America as early as 1870. In coated to coated matings, all puppies will be coated.

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